Museums are now and always have been core sites of anthropological activity, but in the game of demonstrating “newness” or “originality” for all our activities this is often forgotten. The fact that museums have been and are now sites for the caring of fundamental evidence that anthropology is a discipline that helps society face and answer fundamental philosophical questions, shows that they are key research sites from which to conduct anthropology as a socially-supported profession with specialized and value knowledge. In the quest to produce and disseminate knowledge that matter, museum have anthropologists have undertaken and still undertake socially relevant research and activities.

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